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Jersey Central Power & Lights' Sandy Response

Jersey Central Power & Lights' Sandy Response

Although all regions within FirstEnergy suffered from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, operating utility JCP&L was at the center of the crosshairs of the storm. Similar to conditions the operating utility experienced during Hurricane Irene, JCP&L took a direct hit from the Oct. 29-30 storm, inflicting unprecedented damage across the service territory. Sandy affected virtually every one of JCP&L's 1.1 million customers. Overall, JCP&L experienced more than 1.2 million int

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